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|Sterlington falls to Jonesboro-Hodge|
The Sterlington Panthers (13-14, 1-3) will continue to hit the road this week and bounce back after a tough loss at Jonesboro-Hodge Tuesday night.
Sterlington fell to the Tigers 60-45 as Terrence Williams scored a game-high 18 points to lead Jonesboro-Hodge.
Max Cook was the only Sterlington player in double-figures as he scored a team-high 16 points in the loss.
"There size and depth was the big factor against Jonesboro-Hodge," Sterlington head coach Kevin Caballero said. "Max (Cook) got in some second-half foul trouble. We also missed way too many free throws."
Sterlington continues to struggle at the charity strip and it has put them in a major disadvantage in the early stages of the championship race in district 2-2A.
Sterlington trailed 43-35 after the third quarter when foul trouble and their own misfortunes at the line began to sink the Panthers chances for a comeback.
Last Friday night, the Panthers had much more success when they defeated Kilborne 49-30.
Jordan Crew scored 10 points in that game to lead the Panthers. Defense set the tone for the Panthers as well against the overpowered Kilborne squad.
"We played really well defensively," Caballero said. "We put up big second-half numbers because they were playing with a short bench and our depth advantage took over in the second half."
This Friday the Panthers and Lady Panthers stay on the road as they visit Ferriday. Sterlington is attempting to even their district record as the home stretch approaches.
"We have to make our free throws and continue to get the same effort each night like we had at Jonesboro-Hodge," Caballero said. "I told the guys that they have to stay together and keep fighting on these type of road trips where they are back to back like this."
The Lady Panthers will be looking for their first district win after falling to Jonesboro-Hodge 54-30 on Tuesday night.
Sterlington did post an impressive 44-30 win over Kilborne in girl's action last Friday night.
LaKeitha Pounds is averaging over 12 points per game in district play and continues to pace the Lady Panthers.
The ladies begin at 6 p.m. Friday at Ferriday with guys following at 7:30 p.m.